# Using AxesOrigin in LogLogPlot

This is my problem: this is the code I have to plot

LogLogPlot[{qmax[ω], q14[ω], qhalf[ω],
q[ω], qbec[ω]}, {ω, 0.01, 100},
PlotRangePadding -> {2, 0}, AxesOrigin -> {0.01, 0.00001},
PlotStyle -> {Black, {Black, Dashed}, {Black, Dotted}, {Black,
DotDashed}, Black}, AxesStyle -> Bold,
LabelStyle -> {FontSize -> 15}, Frame -> True,
PlotLegends ->
Placed[{"ν = 0", "ν = 0.25", "ν = 0.50", "ν = 0.75",
"ν = 1.00"}, {0.2, 0.2}]]


Don't worry about the named functions, instead of "qmax[ω]" you may try with $3 \sin x$ or whatever.

The point is: this is the plot that comes out:

What I don't understand is why that vertical axes appears.

I'm trying since yesterday to make the plot (the curves) to start from a new origin defined by $(0.01, 0.0001)$ without any success.

AxesOrigin seems to fail, and what I want is just to set a new origin in that point I wrote above.

I don't know if I have been clear, but in any case, let's try the command with even just ONE or TWO naive functions like $3\sin(x)$ and $1 + x^2$.

Thank you so much!

P.s. My current Mathematica version is $10$.

• I assume you've tried it without the PlotRangePadding option and with Axes -> False. Could you explain why these aren't what you're looking for? Jul 23, 2017 at 11:02

LogLogPlot[x^2, {x, 0.01, 10},
AxesStyle -> Bold,
LabelStyle -> {FontSize -> 15},
Frame -> True]


The vertical line is the y-axis (obscured by the fact that you specified Frame->True

Compare with the default setting (no frame)

LogLogPlot[x^2, {x, 0.01, 10},
AxesStyle -> Bold,
LabelStyle -> {FontSize -> 15}]


Now, if you want the frame without any axis:

LogLogPlot[x^2, {x, 0.01, 10},
Axes -> False,
LabelStyle -> {FontSize -> 15},
Frame -> True]


If you want "to start from a new origin" you probably want a modified PlotRange, for example:

LogLogPlot[x^2, {x, 0.01, 10},